Twisted Minds - Underground Reviews

söndag 25 mars 2018


Directed by: Lucifer Valentine
Written by: Lucifer Valentine
Stars:  Shari Caruso, Ameara Lavey, Hope Likens... read more

Country: Canada
Style: Extreme
Runtime: 1h 17min

Slow Torture Puke Chamber, such a lovely title. This one is Lucifer Valentines third installment in his Vomit Gore series about women who have been exposed to some of the most graphic and horrifying that we've ever seen on screen. Valentine uses the horrific torture, severe vomiting, urine, excessive bloodletting and nudity just to do something social critically with spiritual observations.

In this one we meet a new face, namely Hope Likens, one of Lucifers woman who approached him initially and wanted a professional relationship with him. Hope was previously a fan of Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and wanted to be dominated by Lucifer in a movie and contacted him through

Yet another time we keep follow Angela Abereen's soul going stright down to hell. The devil still has plans for her suffering and sends her back to the living because she need to bring another victim to him. Angela finds the last victim who guids him trough a life with bulimia and drugs and soon their souls bound together like the perfect child of satan.

Lucifer Valentine goes completely across the border and by that I mean this is his absolutely worst, grossest and most provocative part of them all so far. This is the ultimatum and I don't think I've ever seen anything as disgusting as this one before. In order to avoid the most part of the movie, I have to name one scene just to warn you, and that scene contains a infant which discovers its first day in life in a very, very odd way. Our nightmarish Hank Skinny ​​wears out a pregnant womans unborn child and starts vomiting over the infant and massacre it into pieces. I was really provoked by that scene and I haven't felt so mentally ill since I watched the lenghty poop-scene from 'Vase de Noces'.

Anyway, it's an important scene though, because it's supposed to symbolize the sexually exposed child Angela Aberdeen who came to life through a bizarre, incestuous love triangle with her parents. Because of her parents' extreme dysfunctional relationship and her own drug addiction, neuroses, and suicide tendency, from the moment she was born, she never had a chance to experience anything but a pure hell, which led to her condition as extreme bulimics as we are watching the serie.

In whole, I still think ReGOREgitated Sacrifice is the most beautiful part, while Slow Torture Puke Chamber isn't the best but the most disgusting and strongest one. The dialogue is great though and the camera work and its editing is better than ever. However, these two films have a common denominator; both are metaphorical references to Kurt Cobain's life and death. This is something I've never mentioned before, I missed that subject by telling a lot of other trivia lately, but to avoid losing it now; the whole Vomit Gore series is like a big tribute to Kurt Cobain. So easy that the character Angela's lastname 'Aberdeen' is the name of Cobain's hometown and the film is chock full of Cobain/Nirvana homages and hints.

But from here it's proven, Lucifer Valentine is one of the most craziest directors and filmmakers I know and if he would affect the rules of the game, there's nothing in his world called 'morality'. This serie can't be comparable to any other movies, it's quite beyond the usual and contains many secret messages and aspects that only Lucifer himself can answer to. I have for long tried to organize the deepest contents, but it requires a genius to figure out the actual meaning and I can reveal that I still keeping to speculate about its phenomenon.

My rating: 3 out of 5


Produced by: Lucifer Valentine
Cinematography by: Lucifer Valentine
Editing by: Lucifer Valentine
Special Effects by: Lucifer Valentine
Language: English
Color: Color

DistributorUnearthed Films


Owner of and writer for Twisted Minds. French Canadian weirdo, lives in the past, afraid of the future, but curious about what to come. Beginner in extreme horror and visual arthouse, and finds it exciting to discover the world down under. Growed in the 80's and discovered cheesy classics, among others John Carpenter, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg, Stuart Gordon. Live for electro, rock and metal music and have a long story full of concert memories. This is the first time he takes the interest in writing about what he is experiencing.